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October 6, 2021

@fintanr @cpswan Orchestration did not always have a conductor. It's quite a recent "invention". In the 17th century, a member of the ensemble would act as a conductor. The 1st violin.
In opera, there were 2 conductors.
So what are we going to do if/when the choreographer decides to be on stage?


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